Thursday, June 23, 2016

Free Registration for Summer of Peace Program

When you hear the word "peace," what comes to mind? Do you think of another era marked by flowers and peace signs? Or war-torn areas of the world that repeatedly make and break peace treaties with their neighbors?

The good news is that there's a new (revolutionary even!) definition of peace emerging. One that’s not just about ending wars, but actually making your daily life better. It's about starting in your heart and relationships and creating a positive ripple through your community and far beyond.

This new peace movement embraces deep spiritual practices as well as grounded, practical actions… and it’s spreading!

Innovative peacebuilding solutions are taking hold across the world — thanks to visionaries who are engaging in global social and political movements and everyday citizens performing great acts of compassion in their homes and communities.

Now, you can join 50+ of the world’s leading peacebuilders — including Jane Goodall, Neale Donald Walsch, Sharon Salzberg, Ocean Robbins, Audri Scott Williams, Azim Khamisa and so many more — sharing our wisdom for co-creating a new peace narrative and effective methods for putting this vision into inspired action.

Free Online Event
Summer of Peace
June 13-September 21

PLUS — this year’s Summer of Peace will include recorded peace teachings from 5 Nobel Peace Laureates, coordinated by PeaceJam, including The Dalai Lama, Desmond Tutu, Shirin Ebadi, Rigoberta MenchĂș Tum and Jody Williams.

RSVP here for Summer of Peace — at no charge!

This year’s Summer of Peace, includes 4 extraordinary peace summits:

Everyday Peace Summit (Tuesdays: June 28 - September 6)
Global Compassion Summit (July 13-14)
Countering Violent Extremism Summit (August 10-11)
11 Days of Global Unity (September 11-21)
Join tens of thousands of other global citizens who are excited to co-create a more peaceful life and accelerate this wave of peacebuilding.

Together we can create a legacy of good for generations to come.
--From the Shift Network

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